Request for Proposals for Engineering Services
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES
Madison County is requesting proposals from qualified consultants to provide engineering services required to provide a working analysis and evaluation for the Lyman Creek Levees.
Currently, The Lyman Creek Flood Control Channel and Levees are listed as non-accredited, but are still listed as hydraulically significant and will not allow a 1% flood to overtop its banks. Because of these levees and spillway, in 1996 FEMA approved a LOMR (case number: 96-10-106P) and approved a floodplain boundary delineation that removed a large portion of Madison County from the 1% floodplain. Because these levees are not currently accredited, the current modeling effort taking place will likely cause this region of the county to be at risk of being placed back in the 1% floodplain.
The County will select a firm based on the information provided in the proposal, as described above. However, the County may select one or more firms to make brief presentations covering the information listed above prior to finalizing proposal scoring and making a final selection.